Roman Kolacz

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The Merino sheep represents the most prevalent sheep breed in Poland and is one of the most genetic-stable sheep races. Therefore, the aim of the study was to determine the responses of Polish Merino sheep to three thermal conditions: thermoneutral (16.5 degrees C, group I), mild heat stress (30 degrees C, group II), and severe heat stress (50 degrees C,(More)
The aim of this study was to collect production data of Polish swine herds, with special emphasis on the production parameters in farrow to finish pig herds. Another goal was to determine differences in the production performance of swine herds with different sizes, various status with regard to biosecurity, and with different veterinary expenditure. For(More)
Effect of heat stress on changes in acid-base balance, physiological parameters and cortisol level were evaluated in Polish Merino sheep. Fifteen sheep were exposed to high temperature conditions (30 °C) in order to induce heat stress. All environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity and air movement were monitored. A decrease of partial pressure(More)
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